Published on May 18, 2020 Miltos Schimatariotis
“In this episode, we see an example of how we can create a rich-sounding pad sound with the Medusa and the things we can do to make it as lush and wide as possible. At the music demo section, I also demonstrate how I use two Medusas to play in realtime this pad sound in stereo.
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Published on May 15, 2020 BBoy Tech Report
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You can find a demo and details on the Dreadbox Antiphon 8 posted here.
Published on May 1, 2020 Miltos Schimatariotis
“In this episode we cover a deep/fat bass sound that is simple on its own but very useful in many situations. Also Polyend just sent me the new Limited Edition Medusa that is out from today (1st of May), so here I also have some first video shots with it!
This version comes with firmware 3.0 preinstalled and has some mainly aesthetic changes.
Published on Apr 28, 2020 Jay Hosking
“A live, semi-improvised performance, all on hardware, and inspired by the pleasures of tape. Most of the sounds here have tape-like effects applied to them, and for much of the song, I’m “playing” the tape on the Zen Delay by Erica Synths (with Ninja Tune collaborating). The Zen Delay is a real joy to perform with.
I’m also nicely surprised by the Korg
Published on Apr 27, 2020 Patchwerks Seattle
“In this video Matthew Piecora (aka EZBOT) takes the new Dreadbox Chromatic modules for a spin with the wonderfully fun and affordable Nifty Bundle. The sequencer and touch plate is Cells by Cre8audio. Using Cells you can control up to 2 voices either by hand or by feeding CV into the 2 axis inputs.
Looking to get into modular? Check this link out:
Published on Apr 12, 2020 Magic Electronic Music
“All sounds are from the Dreadbox Erebus V3.”
Published on Mar 20, 2020 sonicstate
“One thing I’ve found doing these in recent weeks – the process of just playing and improvising really soothes the soul – temporarily perhaps but its still a pleasant oasis. I can thoroughly recommend you try it.
This time I have the old M-Audio Venom an undeniably digital machine from some time ago, and with a pretty unique and angry sound, though it can